Video Highlights and Match Recap at MLSSOCCER.COM The Fire go ahead a goal and up a man in the 34th minute when new KC designated player, Omar Bravo saw red for pushing Puerari to ground in the box, allowing Fire forward Diego Cháves to put away the penalty. Puerari put the Fire up 2-0 in the 40th. Sporting defender Scott Besler pulled one back in the 51st only to see Marco Pappa make it 3-1 with a beautiful solo effort in the 59th. Sporting sub Teal Bunbury gave KC hope with a 72nd minute goal, but they couldn’t quite catch up and the Fire finish the home opener with 11 men and 3 points. Final score 3-2 Chicago.